Female became verbally aggressive at bar|Police Blotter

  • Monday, September 17, 2018 11:27am
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The following entries were posted on the Tukwila Police Department’s Facebook page:

Wednesday, Aug. 29

Fight: 16300 block 42nd Avenue South

A female from Renton acting erratically and believed to be under the influence of narcotics entered a local bar and immediately became verbally aggressive with Sam, Cliff, Norm, Carla, Coach and everyone else present. She then decided to pick a fight with a female bar patron which did not bode well for her when the entire bar turned on her. She ended up fleeing down the road on foot and was not located. She left her wallet behind which the bar for obvious reasons did not want to keep. Officers took custody of her wallet and submitted it for safe keeping.

Juvenile Problem: 17200 block Southcenter Parkway

Second night in a row of juveniles misbehaving well after their bedtime. Reports of eight juveniles jumping on cars in a parking lot just before 1 a.m. They fled in a vehicle and were not located. There was no obvious damage to any vehicles in the parking lot.

Attempted Vehicle Prowl: 400 block Andover Park West

Employees of a business observed a male wearing a red jacket trying multiple vehicle door handles in the parking lot which in and of itself is clearly sketchy behavior but especially at 1:45 a.m. in a dark parking lot. He fled on foot just prior to officer’s arrival.

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